Grealish has had his struggles at City since joining last year.
According to transfer reporter Dean Jones, Manchester City will not sell Jack Grealish to fund a move for England star Jude Bellingham.
There has been some talk about the club potentially cashing in on the 27-year-old in order to sign the Borussia Dortmund midfielder, but Jones cannot see that happening. Football Insider recently claimed that City are willing to let Grealish go in their bid to land Bellingham.
Dortmund want well in excess of £100m for Bellingham, while Grealish is currently one of City’s most valuable assets financially.
According to BBC Sport, the Premier League champions paid £100m to sign the attacking midfielder last summer. Elsewhere, according to Spotrac, he is currently earning £300,000 a week at the Etihad.
Speaking to GIVEMESPORT, the journalist said: “I just see no chance of Man City actually looking to cash in on Jack Grealish at this point. I know that he probably hasn’t transitioned into the team as well as you might have hoped in terms of stats, in terms of maybe even minutes.
“But it was a really big signing for them, and it’s a player that Pep Guardiola really has spoken about with great admiration and great hope. And it’s not very often Man City quickly turn their back on someone.”
Grealish has had his struggles at City since joining last year. In fact, he has actually only scored one goal this season.
According to FBref, unsurprisingly, they have the highest average ball possession in the Premier League.
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